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Jillian Zappia

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Reader's Workshop (Analyzing Parts of a Story in Relation to the Whole)

Consider the "Parts of a Story in Relation to the Whole" strategies. How are you going with these? You will pick one strategy to reflect on, give an example from the book that you are reading, explain how it helped you understand the story as a whole, and plan on what to focus on next. Look at the example to see how this is done. 1. Tap on the add button and select your name. 2. Click on the label button and write in a few keywords that will help you explain your thinking in each section of the template (learned, example, how it helped, and what next) 3. Click rec to start recording your thinking. As you record, you may use the drawing tool to circle or underline words. Click check when you are done. 4. Tap the caption and add a 1-2 sentence caption including the title of your book and the skill you reflected on. 5. When you are finished, tap the check to add the reflection to your journal.

4th Grade, 3rd Grade, 5th Grade, Reading, English Language Arts
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